Textile Encyclopedia

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Microfiber

Microfiber is a staple fiber or filaments of linear density approximately 1 decitex or less and above 0.3 decitex. Most fabrics referred to as microfiber are polyester or polyamide, but can also be acrylic, viscose, and polypropylene. It can be blends of synthetic and natural fibers as well.